“Blade Runner: Black Lotus” Comic Announced by Titan Comics

Have you ever wondered what Blade Runner: Black Lotus would look like comic book form? Or did you just wonder what happened after the events of the anime? Well, don’t worry. comic book titan has you covered there.

Blade Runner: Black Lotus ~ The Comic Series

This is the sexiest katana pose I have ever seen. Cover An artist: Junggeun Yoon.

Titan Comics is proud to announce the Blade Runner: Black Lotus comic book adaptation, which will apparently serve as both a tie-in and sequel to the anime of the same name. Nancy Collins (Swamp Thing) will write the comic, with Enid Balam (Extraordinary) as an artist and Marco Lesko as a colorist. Junggeun Yoon (spider woman) will be responsible for the main cover, along with Creees Li (Marvel Voice) and Mico Suayan (Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity) making the variant covers.

"Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1" variant cover A art by Creees Li.
“Put the pedal to the metal! I want to hit them with my katana!” Cover Artist B: Creees Li.

As to what Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1 is about? Well, Titan Comics has an official synopsis for us too. Check it out below:

“She, aka Black Lotus, hoped she could leave her violent past behind and find a new life. But is that possible in a world where replicants are still hunted and feared?

"Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1" cover variant B art.
Just like Netflix, sometimes concept art makes the best cover. Cover C: Concept Art.

Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1 will go on sale on June 15, 2022 for a retail price of $3.99. You can pre-order it from your local comic book store. Or alternatively, you can pre-order it directly from comic book titan. If you live in the UK and Europe, you can pre-order it at forbidden planet.

"Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1" variant cover C art by Mico Suayan.
It’s always raining somewhere in blade runner when something cool is about to happen. Cover Artist D: Mico Suayan.

Page overview

Those covers above aren’t the only things Titan Comics has for us today. Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1. They also have 4 preview pages as a teaser for the story. Check them out below:

"Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1" preview page 1.
How did this suddenly turn into madmax?
"Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1" preview page 2.
Just what I want to read: a whole bunch of black boxes for text. Seriously, how is profanity worse than actual violence?
"Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1" preview page 3.
Well, at least she let them live, and she has a free car now.
"Blade Runner: Black Lotus #1" preview page 4.
I swear, this story suddenly turned into madmax. Not that I’m complaining, mind you, as a fan of this series.

Source: World Insights, comic book titan, forbidden planet

Daniel K. Denny